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1 Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 6:50 pm

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Right lads n lasses read this and go check your cars. Please spend the money on security on your place and your R. It's no secret I love cars bikes machinery Anything with a engine. I love pulsars (to much) 
 
Priced and fitting tracker's to my cars it's fully approved and lots of benefits inc anti lift so if car moves without engine started it alerts tracker company. It's around 180 plus 300 ish for monitoring for 3 year 

Some of you might of heard my car was towed by scrap men who although knocked on my nanas door who sold the car for £40 ( she has health problems) proceeded to take my car by smashing rear quarter and snapping steering lock.  

Can I add someone misread my e mail  thought the quarter was damaged it was not the car was never started and towed away. I got the car back undamaged bar window and steering lock. Now I won't mention any names but someone along way from me told me it was missing and I live roughly ten mile from my nanas. ( power of Internet) I personally can not thank this person enough for that. 

Laws of this shit country police tried saying it was sival matter even tho I wanted my nana done for theft. I did not want to press charges and refused to sign a statement on the people who towed it as I knew my car was coming back but they could not be done for theft anyway as she sold it ( not hers to fucking sell) and v5 log book as printed on it is not proff of ownership. So I could sell anyone of your cars to someone and that someone would not get done even if they had no keys log book or anything just a hand written reciept 

1 last thing public forum or not I will help anyone and give you my last penny but cross me hurt my family no matter who you are who you know or anything I promise personally you would have to kill me to carry on

2 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:31 pm

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glad you got it back johnny in one piece

3 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:31 pm

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Good info there Johnny and not a lot as i thought for a tracker. Sorry about what happened but glad you got the car back.


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4 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:35 pm

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also sorry to say it johnny facebook found out about not long after you did

5 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:35 pm

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Thats crazy mate. You told me the other day about it.
The people who towed it away are wankers! They took advantage of an old lady!!!
They knew exactly what they were doing and the police are wankers too for not doing something about it!!!
Glad you have it back.


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6 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:43 pm

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the police in the uk are lazy wankers

7 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 7:50 pm

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Glad you got it back .... shame the police wont do anything after all they took advantage of your nan really ....we dont get so many tooters round here so much now the price of scrap has gone down ....


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8 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 8:04 pm

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theres a few where johnnys nan live
quite a few farm broke into for all sorts of stuff

9 Re: Stolen But back on 20th October 2015, 8:06 pm

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Glad it's sorted, there are some low people in the world

10 Re: Stolen But back on 21st October 2015, 6:02 am

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Thanks lads ALL I will say is please NEVER think it won't happen to you as when it dose I just seen red. No R is safe no matter where you live or take it so please think about security as a whole car premises etc. 

Yes I was plesently suprised by tracker prices think it was cat 6 or the best one police and your personal mobile can track it. The anti lift feature. £300 for 3 year tracking and it brings insurace down. I know a lot of R owners take out alarms n immobilisers as some were fitted years ago and cause hassle. Like me they think well my cars in the garage or I don't leave it no where but it only takes once I was very lucky the car did not get damaged or parts taken

This car was alarmed and immobiled by the way

11 Re: Stolen But back on 21st October 2015, 1:02 pm

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Glad you got her back all ok johnny, was shocked to hear what happened when you phoned me the morning in question.

Police are a fookin waste of space with anything like this as I know too damned well after my experiences of the past year, so frustrating when someone's nicked off you and you try go the legal route but all to no avail, but these people know what they can and cant get away with.
Unfortunately it leaves only one other course of action then!

Anyways give your nan a good kicking and tell her to not leave the corner until she has repented her sins Laughing


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12 Re: Stolen But back on 21st October 2015, 4:59 pm

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Thanks mate full story when I see you next

13 Re: Stolen But back on 21st October 2015, 5:36 pm

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Sorry to hear that Johnny, I brought a shell and couldnt get it on the trailer but the next day it was "stolen" off the drive by simular people so I never had it!

How do you get around alarms and sapping the battery? Lockups dont have a power source so trickle chargers go out the window. Jacking it up and putting it on axle stands without wheels I suppose is the next best.

14 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 2:24 am

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I thought about trackers before but my mate who has a shady past used to go out nicking hire vans. To get round trackers they would use a scanner to detect to signal given off then rip it out. You can buy the scanners off ebay for cheap so its easy for scum these days, even keyless entry is easy. A big crook lock or disc on the steering wheel might deter.

15 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 2:50 am

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shroom wrote:How do you get around alarms and sapping the battery? Lockups dont have a power source so trickle chargers go out the window. Jacking it up and putting it on axle stands without wheels I suppose is the next best.

Has anybody with a lock-up and no power source, thought about getting a small solar panel fitted up with an inverter and then onto a trickle feed charger? Just a thought.

Might also be able to run a light off it as well.

16 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 7:09 am

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Mate I've only just seen this and can't believe it. Sounds like there's more to the story but cheeky fucking scrap wankers

17 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 9:26 am

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shroom wrote:How do you get around alarms and sapping the battery? Lockups dont have a power source so trickle chargers go out the window. Jacking it up and putting it on axle stands without wheels I suppose is the next best.

Has anybody with a lock-up and no power source, thought about getting a small solar panel fitted up with an inverter and then onto a trickle feed charger? Just a thought.

Might also be able to run a light off it as well.

Yeah I thought about that as you can get the camping ones for caravans/motorhomes quite cheap, only problem I didn't fancy balancing up on the asbestos roof and disturbing it too much Laughing In my other lockup its a corrugated iron roof so it may be more sensible,

18 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 9:29 am

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19 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 10:05 am

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simple things make it difficult for people to take the car such as

snap off steering boss (take the wheel out of the car)

immobilizer switch breaking power to ignition coil (hide it under the dash somewhere)

when you park the car up leave the wheels on full lock (ideally pointing to a wall or kerb)

loosen the connection to injector resistor pack, it will never start (don't pull the connection right out of the plug but just leave it loose so it looks like its plugged in)

A simple handbrake to gearstick lock works wonders and are difficult to remove

All the above will cost you very little but combined will make your car virtually impossible to steal unless its lifted with a Hiab onto a truck, and if they want it that bad well then nothings gonna stop them from taking it short of a good smack round the nut with a brick lol

I personally think alarms are a complete and utter waste of money


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20 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 10:48 am

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I like leaving my car on axle stands with no wheels Laughing

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21 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 5:51 pm

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I need to fit an alarm but as i park in a lane i can hear it out my window. My last car had no alarm and some scum tried getting in and bending the door with screwdriver scraping all the paint and then stabbing the sunroof with the screwdriver and i'd had the car resprayed not long before.

22 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 6:14 pm

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GTI-R US wrote:simple things make it difficult for people to take the car such as

snap off steering boss (take the wheel out of the car)

immobilizer switch breaking power to ignition coil (hide it under the dash somewhere)

when you park the car up leave the wheels on full lock (ideally pointing to a wall or kerb)

loosen the connection to injector resistor pack, it will never start (don't pull the connection right out of the plug but just leave it loose so it looks like its plugged in)

A simple handbrake to gearstick lock works wonders and are difficult to remove

All the above will cost you very little but combined will make your car virtually impossible to steal unless its lifted with a Hiab onto a truck, and if they want it that bad well then nothings gonna stop them from taking it short of a good smack round the nut with a brick lol

I personally think alarms are a complete and utter waste of money

Mine cost me all of £9 for the gearstick/handbrake lock and steeringwheel lock.
The disklocks are around £50 off ebay used.
My mate managed to pick mine up for £5 at a car boot sale.
And i got the gearstick/handbrake one for £4 off ebay Smile


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23 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 6:16 pm

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FPSChris wrote:I like leaving my car on axle stands with no wheels Laughing
I have used this method before lol


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24 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 7:13 pm

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buckym120 wrote:Mate I've only just seen this and can't believe it.  Sounds like there's more to the story but cheeky fucking scrap wankers
Forgot to message you mate said I would yea will tell you when I see you next but car is back nothing missing and only needs window and steering lock so lucky

25 Re: Stolen But back on 23rd October 2015, 11:24 pm

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I must agree with Bob, high-tech is not the holy grail when it comes to security. As a cargo crime investigator I deal with organized crime in all of Europe on a daily basis. Mobile GPS/GSM/GPRS jammers can be bought on any Saturday's market in eastern europe for around 150 Euro. They are the 1st piece of equipment in any toolkit for the vehicle crime enthousiast these days.

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